Modeling the hot flash experience in breast cancer survivors

@article{Carpenter2008ModelingTH,
  title={Modeling the hot flash experience in breast cancer survivors},
  author={Janet S Carpenter and Kevin L. Rand},
  journal={Menopause},
  year={2008},
  volume={15},
  pages={469-475}
}
Objective: To evaluate relationships among different measures of hot flashes, perceived hot flash interference, and associated outcomes (positive affect, negative affect) while controlling potential covariates. Design: Breast cancer survivors (N = 236) provided demographic data, objective hot flash frequency data via sternal skin conductance monitoring, prospective diary-based hot flash frequency and severity data, and questionnaire data via the Hot Flash Related Daily Interference Scale and… CONTINUE READING

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